A strike can happen any time at an at-risk hotel.
During a strike, hotel employees stop working and walk off the job, often reducing housekeeping service, restaurant and bar options, valet assistance, and many other basic hotel amenities.
Strike-authorized hotels have failed to agree to a new and fair contract for workers.
Some of the workers most important issues are fair pay, a livable pension, affordable health care, and protections against sexual harassment.
Support working families and have a better stay: Don't use hotels where there is a strike!
Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills
Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE
Fairmont Miramar, Santa Monica
Hilton Los Angeles North, Glendale
Hyatt Andaz, West Hollywood
InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown
JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE
The L.A. Grand Hotel, Downtown Los Angeles
Luxe City Center
Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles
Residence Inn by Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE
Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles
Sheraton Grand Los Angeles
Sheraton Park, Anaheim
Sheraton Universal Hotel
SLS Hotel, Beverly Hills
The Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills
westdrift Marriott, Manhattan Beach
Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites, Los Angeles
W Los Angeles/West Beverly Hills
Stay updated on the status of contract negotiations throughout Los Angeles and Orange County. You can also call (213) 481-8530 ext 251.
Pledge to stand with hotel workers throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties until they win their contracts.
Honor any labor dispute, boycott, or strike that workers call by not eating, sleeping, or meeting at at-risk hotels until otherwise notified.